Rick Mann

Rick Mann is an attorney who attended Taylor University in Upland, Indiana, and graduated from Ohio State University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in education (1968), and a Juris Doctor Degree in Law (1970). He is admitted to practice before the United States District Court, Southern Division, and the Ohio Supreme Court. He is a widely published author and speaker who has served as primary State Legal Counsel for the Ohio Association of Secondary Administrators since 1974. He is also a thirty-year member of the national Education Law Association and has been listed in Who’s Who in American Law for over 25 years. Mr. Mann’s own history as a parent and a teacher, and later as legal counsel to school administrators, has made him passionate about the safety of students in changing times. His primary focus is on the dangers of accidental misuse of digital media and its associated pitfalls; including, but not limited to social networks, cyber cheating, cyber bullying, sexting, and sextortion. His presentations (now to over 50,000 students) emphasize helping students avoid becoming perpetrators or victims of exploitation in the Cyber World. As Mr. Mann puts it, the first line of defense is knowledge, and the end game for every student and parent is, “THINK…… BEFORE YOU CLICK.”
Rick Mann is an attorney who attended Taylor University, and graduated from Ohio State University, with degrees in both education and law (Juris Doctor). He is a widely published author and speaker, who has served as Legal Counsel for school administrators since 1974. Continue reading Continue reading
Rick made his public profession of faith at the age of 13 and has maintained a commitment to study, prayer and Christian service throughout his life. He was active in the local and international Youth For Christ ministries throughout his teenage years, singing as a soloist and in the local and international ensembles. Continue reading Continue reading